• Tape Library Takeoff

    Two tape library vendors used recent solution provider summits to introduce new products and channel programs.

  • Borland CEO Speaks Out

    With the shutdown of Java tools vendor WebGain, Borland Software, which earns nearly 50 percent of its revenue through the channel, is poised to pick up some new business. Now in its 20th year, Borland, which many thought several years ago was on the brink of closure itself, has been profitable for nine straight fiscal quarters. Borland's financial success has been under the tutelage of CEO and President Dale Fuller, a former Apple Computer executive who took the company's helm in April 1999.

  • Rick Belluzzo To Head Up Quantum

    Richard Belluzzo, who said he was stepping down as president and COO of Microsoft in March, resurfaced Thursday as the CEO-apparent of storage vendor Quantum.

  • New Quantum CEO To Emphasize Data Protection

    This past April, Microsoft abruptly announced its COO, Rick Belluzzo, would step down. Now, four months later, Belluzzo has resurfaced to become Quantum's new CEO. VARBusiness technology editor Sonia Lelii sits down with him to discuss his future with Quantum.

  • Crusade Against Spam

    Spam,or more accurately, the crusade to combat spam,has become a growth opportunity for solution providers selling and supporting e-mail infrastructure.

  • Hard Facts: August 5, 2002

    Many of the key barriers to Linux's acceptance in the business marketplace are falling, according to CRN's Monthly Solution Provider Survey.

  • InfoSpace CEO to Step Down

    InfoSpace chairman and CEO Naveen Jain will step down from his posts once the Internet services and software company finds a replacement.

  • Qwest Trying to Settle SEC Inquiry

    Qwest Communications International is reportedly in the early stages of trying to reach a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is investigating the company's accounting practices.